Roku adds three CTV makers in Mexico

Roku has announced a trio of new Roku TV partners in Mexico.

The company, which says it is the number one TV streaming platform in Mexico by hours streamed, has announced partnerships with Aiwa, Daewoo, and Sansui.

Aiwa will launch a range of Roku TVs in Mexico this year, with 32- and 40-inch models to be launched this month. Daewoo meanwhile offers three Roku TVs ranging from 32-inch to 50-inch, which will be available in Chedraui, Soriana, Coppel, and the main wholesalers in the country. Japan’s Sansui will launch its HD and 4K Roku TV models this month, with an additional 43-inch 4K model to launch in September.

These three brands join the Roku TV offering in Mexico, which already includes Hisense, TCL, ATVIO, HKPRO, InFocus, JVC, Philips, Sanyo, and Sharp. All Roku TV devices provide access to thousands of free and paid channels such as HBO Max, Netflix, Disney+, VIX, Prime Video, Paramount+, Tubi, Pluto TV, MUBI and Apple TV+.

Arthur Van Rest, VP, International of Roku, said: “We are very pleased to welcome Aiwa, Daewoo, and Sansui with new Roku TV models in Mexico to bring the best entertainment to homes across the country and strengthen Roku’s entertainment offering. With 12 TV brands now offering Roku TV models, consumers will be able to find the perfect Roku TV for their needs that allows them to experience a true smart TV with the incredible features that our televisions offer and enjoy their favourite content and the thousands of free and paid channels on the Roku platform.

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